Jeff Urbany '80

Princeton '84

Jeff Urbany and his dad, Frank '51, are typical Kiski boys — totally alike in some ways, and totally opposite in others. 

Jeff went to Princeton, where he captained the Tigers' varsity football squad and wrestled for four years, before settling down to manage domestic business affairs as an executive for Kimberly-Clark.

His dad Frank, Kiski '51, had gone to Harvard, where he served as business manager of The Crimson, then went on to advise both The White House and The Department of Commerce on telecommunications policy development, before settling down to manage international business affairs as a vice president for Bell South. 

Harvard/Princeton? The Crimson/the Tigers? International/domestic? Okay, maybe Kiski wasn't the last thing they agreed on, but we suspect they still have a hard time deciding where to sit during Harvard/Princeton games. 

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